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1934 
CHILHOWEAN 



EARLE W. CRAWFORD 

Editor-in-Chief 



JAMES R. SMITH 

Business Manager 




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HILHOWEAN 

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VOL. XXVIII 



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PUBLISHED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS 



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•H^ DEDICATION ^^ 

That Gracious Lady 
Mrs. Ralph Waldo Lloyd 

mistress of tKe President's home 
and mistress of our hearts, we 
dedicate tnis book in grateful 
appreciation for ner sincere 
friendsKip, ner cnarming hospi- 
tality) and ner kindly) interest in 
every college student. 




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FOREWORD 

' I 'O preserve and perpetuate college memories for future 
years has been our aim in compiling this annual — 
memories of athletic, cultural, and scholastic achievement; 
of worthwhile friendships long to be cherished; of helpful 
contacts with officers and teachers; of happy, busy days 
lived under the silent influence of the MaryviUe Spirit. 





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CONTENTS 

BOOK I THE COLLEGE 

BOOK II THE CLASSES 

BOOK III ATHLETICS 

BOOK IV FEATURES 

BOOK V ACTIVITIES 




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Chilhowean Staff 



Earle W. Crawford 

Editor-in-Chief 

Phyllis Dexter 

Associate Editor 

Grace Proffitt 

Literary Editor 

Violet Webb 

Secretary 



James R. Smith 
Business Manager 

Douglas Carhart 

Photographic Editor 

Charles Lewis 

Athletic Editor 

George Deebel 

Assistant Manager 








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Ralph Waldo Lloyd, D.D. 

President of Maryville College 



Dr. Lloyd — whose forceful and magnetic personality, tremendous 

vitality, and whole-souled devotion to his task combine to 

make him a leader who commands our deepest 

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Dean of ilic Collcijc and 
Head of I lie Enytisli Deparlmcnt 

In grateful appreciation of Dean Hunter, whose briUiant scholarship, 
accurate judgment, sound principles, and constant de- 
votion to the interests of every student 
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THE FACULTY 




Miss Mary Ellen Caldwell 
Dean of It'omcn 




Professor Davis, Miss Bassett, Professor Howell, Mrs. Alexander, Dr. Rodgers, Miss 

Johnson, Miss Heron, Dr. McMurray, Dr. Hussey, Miss Jewell, Miss Meiselwitz, Dr. Orr, 

Miss Keller, Dr. Shine, Miss Clemens, Coach Honaker 



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Miss Brown, Professor Kicer, Professor Griffitts, Miss Gamble, Miss Carroll 

Professor Smith, Miss Wilkinson, Professor Queener, Mrs. Queener, Coach Thrower 



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Shall steal our pleasures too, 

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oAnd half our joys renew. 

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CLASS OFFICERS 

Robert Tripp President 

Clifford Withers Vice-President 

Josephine Woodward Secretary 

Jesse Willis Treasurer 



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SENIORS 



ANDREW LAMAR ALEXANDER 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Alplia Sigma 

Major: History; Minors: Political Science, Re- 
ligious Education. 

Glee Singers (i, 2, 3, 4), Assistant Business Man- 
ager (2, 3, 4), Quartet (3, 4) ; Vesper Choir (3, 
4); Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter (i), Recording 
Secretary (i) ; College Players (4) ; Class Treas- 
urer (2). 



MARY ELIZABETH AMMONS 
B.S. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics; Minors: Biology, Edu- 
cation. 



MARY ELIZABETH BACON 
A.B. 

LENOIR CITY, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History; Minors: Home Economics, Eng 
lish. 



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IRVING MARTINE BARRAS 
A.B. 

FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY 

Alpha Sit/tna 

Major: History; Minors: Education, Political 
Science. 



CHARLES RODDENBERY BEALE 
A.B. 

CAIRO, GEORGIA 

Atlienian 

Major: English ; Minors: Political Science, 
History. 

Echo Staff (r, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Debate (2); 
Editor Chilhowean (3) ; Athletic Board of Con- 
trol (3). 



ROLAND ARTHUR BECK 
A.B. 

MOUNTAIN IRON, MINNESOTA 

Alpha Sigma 
Major: Chemistry; Minors: Physics, Education. 

Virginia Junior College, Minnesota (i, 2) ; Glee 
Singers (3, 4) ; Vesper Choir (4) ; Chemistry 
Club (3); Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter (4), Pro- 
gram Secretary (4) ; "Y" Minstrel (4) ; Man- 
ager Tennis Team (4) ; President Alpha Sigma 
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MARY SUE CALHOUN 
A.B. 

MOUNT OLIVE, MISSISSIPPI 

Tlieta Epsilon 

Major: Psychology ; Minor: Sociology. 

Whitworth College (i, 2) ; Treasurer Mississippi 

Club (3); "M" Club (3, 4); Vice-President 

Theta Epsilon (4) ; Nu Gamma Leader (4). 



KATHALEEN LEOLA CARPENTER 
A.B. 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English; Minors: Sociology, Religious 

Education. 
Tennessee Weslevan (i, 2) ; Vesper Choir (3, 4) ; 
Glee Club (3, 4) ; Writers Workship (3), Gov- 
erning Board Workshop (4) ; Secretary Theta 
Epsilon (3); Hii/litand Echo (3), Editor Higli- 
land Echo (4). 



MARY MOLLIS CARTER 
A.B. 

LAFAYETTE, TENNESSEE 

Uainonian 

Major: Biology; Minors: Education, Sociology. 

Orchestra (i, 2, 3, 4); "M" Club (2, 3, 4), 

Treasurer (4) ; Ensemble (4) ; Nu Gamma (4). 



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DOROTHY GOMES CASSERES 
A.B. 

CARTAGO, COSTA RICA 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology; Minor: History. 

Hu/hland Echo Staff (2) ; Honor Roll (2) ; Nu 

Gamma Leader (2) ; President Spanish Club (i, 

3), Program Secretary (3); Y. W. Cabinet (2, 

3) ; Chilhowf.an Staff (3) ; Library Assistant 

(3); Program Secretary Student Volunteer 

Group (3), President (3, 4); Delegate Student 

\'olunteer Quadrennial Convention (2). 



JAMES MALVERN CLOPTON 
A.B. 

HUXTSVILLE, ALABAMA 

Jlplia Sigma 

Major: Mathematics; Minor: Physics. 

Cheerleader (3) ; Vice-President Alpha Sigma 

(4), Orchestra (3) ; Assistant Stage Manager 

Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter (4) ; Theta Epsilon 

Mid- Winter (4). 



ERNEST SMITH COLDWELL 
A.B. 

MORRISTOWX, TEX.VESSEE 
Alplia Sigma 
Major: Chemistry; Minors: Physics, Education. 
Censor Alpha Sigma (3), Treasurer (4) ; Y. M. 
Store Manager (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4), 
Recording Secretary (3), Program Secretary (4). 



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MARGARET EDITH COOLEY 
A.B. 

KN'OXVILLE, TEN'N'ESSEE 

Baiiwnian 

Major: French ; Minor: History. 

Tennis Team (i, 3) ; French Club (i, 3, 4) ; 

"M" Club; Athletic Awards (3); Daisv Chain 

(3) ; Honor Roll (i). 



DOROTHY EDITH CORRELL 
A.B. 

NEWPORT, TENNESSEE 

Bainoniaji 

Major: English; Minors: Latin, History. 

Graduate in Expression (4.) ; College Players 

(4). 



GLADYS ELIZABETH COULTER 
A.B. 

MARVV;LLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: French ; Minors: English, Education. 



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SARA ESTHER DICK 
A.B. 

HILLSEORO, OHIO 

Bainonian 

Major: English; Minors: History, Biology. 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3) ; Ohio Club; "M" Club. 



WILMA WHITFIELD DORSEY 
A.B. 

HARRIMAN, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English ; Minors: Psychology, History. 



WILLIAM STOVER DUNNING 
A.B. 

OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY 

Alpha Sit/ma 

Major: Economics ; Minors: History, Spanish. 



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JOHN P. EYSTER 
A.B. 

HANOVER, PENNSYLVANIA 

Jlplia Sigma 

Major: Chemistry; Minors: Physics, Mathe- 
matics. 
Chemistry Assistant (2, 3, 4) ; Secretary Chem- 
istry Club (3) ; President Triangle Club (4) ; 
Program Secretary Alpha Sigma (4), Assistant 
Recording Secretary (3, 4); Swimming Squad 
(+). 

MARION ALICE FALKNER 
A.B. 

GERMANIA, MISSISSIPPI 
Tlicta Epsilon 
Major: English; Minors: History, Education. 
Hinds Junior College (i, 2) ; Program Secretary 
Theta Epsilon (3); Writers Workshop (3, 4); 
May Queen Attendant (3); Daisy Chain (3); 
College Players (4) ; Graduate in Expression 
(4); fheta Epsilon Mid- Winter (4). 

RUTH FARLEE 
A.B. 

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology; Minors: Education, Home 
Economics. 
Class Vice-President (3) ; Vice-President Athletic 
Board of Control (4); Y. W. Cabinet (2, 3); 
Nu Gamma Leader (2) ; B. G. (2, 3, 4) ; Vice- 
President Triangle Club (2) ; "M" Club; Home 
Economics Club (4) ; Student Body Social Com- 
mittee (4). 



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HERBERT HORACE FULLER 
A.B. 

GARV, INDIANA 

Athenian 

Major: History; Minors: Education, English. 

LONA VENUS GILLENWATER 
A.B. 

COKETON, WEST VIRGINIA 

Tlicta Epsilon 

Major: Biology; Minor: History. 



ELIZABETH GILLIS 
A.B. 

OCEAXSIDE, CALIFORNIA 
Bainonian 

Major: Mathematics ; Minors: Home Economics, 

Sociology. 
Honor Roll (i, 2); Glee Club (i, 2); Vesper 
Choir (i, 2) ; Nu Gamma Leader (2, 3) ; Stu- 
dent Council (3) ; Student Faculty Committee 
(3) ; Chilhowean Staff {3) ; Program Secretary 
Student Volunteers (2), President (2), Corre- 
sponding Secretary (3), State President (3, 4), 
General Council Member (4). 



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CLARENCE TILMOND GOODWIN 
A.B. 

CORBIX, KENTUCKY 

Athenian 

Major: Biology; Minors: Chemistry, German. 



GORDON ALLEN GROOMS 
A.B. 

SEAMAN, OHIO 

Athenian 

Major: Mathematics; Minors: Physics, Edu- 
cation. 
Glee Singers (i, 2, 3, 4); Vesper Choir (i, 2, 
3, +) ; Band (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Debate (i) ; 
Critic Athenian {2) ; Dixie Vagabond Quartet 
{4); Student Council (4), Chairman Social 
Committee (4). 



WILLIAM MALCOLM GWALTNEY 
A.B. 

ELDORADO, ILLINOIS 

Athenian 

Major: History; Minors: English, Education. 



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ROBERT STROUD GWYNN 
A.B. 

LEBANON", TENNESSEE 

Major: History; Minors: Political Science, Edu- 
cation. 
Vanderbilt (i). Alpha Tau Omicron Fraternity; 
Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; Foot- 
ball (3, 4); Basketball Squad (2). 



DANA THORNTON HANBY 
A.B. 

ROLLA, MISSOURI 
Allienian 

Major: Chemistry; Minors: Physics, Mathe- 
matics. 
Chemistry Assistant (2, 3, 4) ; Honors Work 
Chemistry (4). 



MARY ELIZABETH HARRISON 
A.B. 

JONESBORO, TENNESSEE 

TJicia Epsilon 

Major: History; Minor: Psychology. 

Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter (4) ; President Theta 

Epsilon (4), 



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DANIEL CLYDE HICKS 
A.B. 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 
Alpha Sigma 

Major: Mathematics; Minors: Physics, Educ- 
cation. 
Hitjhland Echo (i) ; Program Secretary Triangle 
Club (2) ; Program Secretary Germaii'Club {2) ; 
Editor Alpha Sigma (i), ^'ice-President (2), 
Treasurer (3); Business Manager Alpha Sigma 
Mid- Winter (3) ; Bible Assistant (2, 3). 



MARY ELEANOR HIMMELRIGHT 
A.B. 

PIQUA, OHIO 
Theta Epsilon 
Major: Biology; Minors: Physics, Education. 
Glee Club (i, 2) ; Chemistry Prize (i) ; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Pre-Medical Club (3, 4) ; Vice- 
President Ohio Club (3), Program Secretary 
(4); Choir (4). 



ARTA GRACE HOPE 
A.B. 

WIMONA LAKE, INDIANA 

Tlieta Epsilon 

Major: Biology; Minor: Education. 



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ELLA ERCELLE HUNTER 
A.B. 

JOXESEORO, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: Biology ; Minors: Latin, Education. 
Student Council (i); Freshman Debate; Art 
Club (i); Varsity Debate (2, 3, 4); Pi Kappa 
Delta (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4) ; Program 
Secretary Theta Epsilon (3) ; Spanish Club (4 
Home Economics Club (4) ; Daisy Chain (3 
Y. W. Cabinet (4); Honor Roll (i, 2, 3 
Biology Assistant (2, 3, 4) ; Business Manager 
Theta Epsilon Mid-Winter (4). 



THELMA HENRY ILES 
A.B. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 
Theta Epsilon 
Major: Latin ; Minors: French, History. 
Y. W. Cabinet (4) ; Nu Gamma Leader (3) ; Nu 
Gamma Chairman (4) ; Dais3" Chain (3) ; Pro- 
gram Secretary Theta Epsilon (4) ; Stage Man- 
ager Theta Epsilon Mid- Winter (3); Home 
Economics Club (4) ; Chairman Theta's Play 
Committee (4); Class Secretary (3); Student 
Council (4); Honor Roll (i, 2, 3). 



LEWIS WILSON JARMAN 
A.B. 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 

Major: Mathematics; Minors: Physics, Edu- 
cation. 
ITniversity of South Carolina (i, 2). 



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MARJORIE LOUISE JONES 
B.S. 

RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY 

Bainotiian 

Major: Home Economics; Minor: Psychology. 

Program Secretary Bainonian (2), Property 

Manager Bainonian Mid-Winter (2), Stage 

Manager (3), Business Manager (4); Costume 

Manager Athenian Mid-Winter (3) ; College 

Players. 



ALBERT GORDON KARNELL 
A.B. 

LANSDOWNE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: Biology; Minors: Greek, Education. 

Temple University, Hanover (i); Universitv of 

Pennsylvania (2); Ministerial Association' (3, 

4) ; Band (3, 4) ; Tennis Team (3, 4) ; Nature 

Club (3); Student Volunteers (4). 



EUDORA LUCILLE KAUFMAN 
A.B. 

GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 

Major: Latin; Minor: English. 



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MARGARET ELLEN KELLAR 
B.S. 

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS 
Tlieta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics; Minors: History, Psy- 
chology. 
Class Vice-President (i); Chairman Cap Com- 
mittee (i); Business Manager Theta Epsilon 
Mid-Winter (2) ; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 
4), Program Secretary (3) ; Three I Club (i, 2). 



VIVIAN MAE KELLEY 
A.B. 

ECORSE, MICHIGAN 

Bainonian 

Major: History ; Minor: English. 



KENNETH PAUL KIDD 
A.B. 

GREENBACK, TENNESSEE 
Ailienian 

Major: Mathematics; Minors: Physics, Edu- 
cation. 
Assistant Business Manager Highland Echo (2) 



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ELLA MARTIN KILGORE 
A.B. 

GLASGOW, KENTUCKY 

Bainonian 

Major: Spanish ; Minors: French, Education. 

Piedmont College (i) ; Glee Club (i) ; Kentucky 

Club (2) ; Home Economics Club (4) ; Spanish 

Club (i). 



HOWARD WILLIAM KIPP 
A.B. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

Athenian 

Major: Sociology; Minor: Economics. 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Business Manager Chil- 

HOWEAN (3); Y. M. Cabinet (3, 4); Honors 

Work Sociology (4). 



FREDERICK KARL KIRCHNER 
A.B. 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 
Athenian 
Major: Chemistry; Minors: Physics, Mathematics. 
Freshman Debate; Hit/ liland Echo (i); Varsity 
Debate (2); Pi Kappa Delta (2, 3, 4), Vice- 
President (3); Treasurer Triangle Club (2); 
Program Secretary Athenian (2), Recording 
Secretary (3), President (4); Business Manager 
Athenian Mid-Winter (3); Y. M. Cabinet (3, 
4) ; Writers Workshop (4) ; President Student 
Council (4); Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4). 



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A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

TJieta Epsilon 
Major: History; Minors: English, Education. 



HENRY WILLARD LAMPE 
A.B. 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
Alpha Siijma 
Major: Biology'; Minors: Chemistry, French. 
Westminster College (i) ; Football Squad (2, 3) ; 
Wrestling Squad (2); Swimming Team (3); 
Basketball Manager (4) ; Class Athletic Director 
(4); Chemistry Club; Pre-Medical Club. 



JUANITA WELLS LAW 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Tlieta Epsilon 
Major: Biology; Minors: History, Education. 



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VIOLA MAE LIGHTFOOT 
A.B. 

CHATTAVOOGA, TEN'XESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English ; Minors: History, Biology. 

Nu Gamma Leader (2) ; Writers Workshop (3, 

4) ; Secretary Bainonian (4) ; Office Assistant (i, 

2, 3, 4)- 



DAN DOUGHERTY McCONNELL 
A.B. 

POWELL STATION, TENNESSEE 
Athenian 

Major: Mathematics; Minors: Economics, 

Physics. 

Honor Roll (2) ; Book Room (i, 2, 3), Manager 

(+). 



MARTHA MAE McCUNE 
A.B. 

SLIPPERY ROCK, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 
Major: French ; Minor: English. 



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JOHN CHRISTIAN McQUEEN 
A.B. 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 
.llplia Sigma 

Major: English; Minors: Psychology, Political 

and Social Sciences. 
Interclass Football (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Tennis (4) ; 
Theta Epsilon Mid-Winter (2) ; Honor Roll 
(2) ; President Mississippi Club (2) ; Chil- 
HOWEAN Staff (3); Censor Alpha Sigma (3), 
Vice-President (4), President (4) ; Student Coun- 
cil (4). 



HELEN ELIZABETH MAHAN 
B.S. 

ALCOA, TENNESSEE 
Tlieta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics ; Minors: Chemistry, 

English. 

Program Secretary Home Economics Club (4), 

President (4), Assistant {4). 

EDITH FRANCES MASSEY 
A.B. 

OXFORD, ALABAMA 
Tlicta Epsilon 
Major: Biology; Minor: English. 
Freshman Debate; Nu Gamma Leader (2); Y. 
W. Cabinet (3) ; Stage Manager Theta Epsilon 
Mid-Winter (2); Biology Assistant (2, 3); 
Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter (3): Student Repre- 
sentative Washington (3) ; Treasurer Tlieta 
Epsilon (3); President College Players (4); 
Honors Work Biology (4). 



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FRANK RISSER MEASE 
A.B. 

MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY 

Athenian 

Major: Bible, Religious Education ; Minors: 
History, Sociology. 
Lebanon Valley College (i) ; Orchestra (2, 3,4) ; 
Band (2, 3, 4); Treasurer Athenian (4), Pro- 
gram Secretary (3) ; Secretary-Treasurer Min- 
isterial Association (3) ; Program Secretary 
Triangle Club (4) ; Bible Assistant (4) ; Y. M. 
Cabinet (4). 



GERALDINE AUGUSTA MONROE 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History; Minors: French, Education. 



RICHARD KENNETH ORR 
A.B. 

CANTON, ILLINOIS 
Ailicnian 



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Science. 



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Debate (i) ; Three I Club (i, 2), President (2) ; 
Highland Echo (i, 2, 3, 4), Editor-in-Chief 
(3); Student Council (i, 2), Student-Faculty 
Committee (2) ; Y. M. Advisory Board (2, 3, 
4) ; Writers Workshop (3, 4). 



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MARGARET PIERCY PARNELL 
A.B. 

BAKERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English; Minors: French, Education. 

Highland Eclto Staff (i, 2); Winner Rush 

Strong Medal (i); Nu Gamma Leader (2); 

Daisy Chain (3). 



JOHN ELON PHAY 
A.B. 

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 
Athenian 

Major: Physics; Minors: Mathematics, Edu- 
cation. 
Secretary Athenian (3), President (4); Or- 
chestra (i, 2, 3, +) ; Band (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Secretary 
Florida Club (i) ; Tennis Team (2, 3, 4), Man- 
ager (2), Captain (3). 



HUGH EAGAR POWEL 
A.B. 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
Athenian 
Major: English ; Minors: Sociology, History. 
King College (i, 2) ; Track Squad (3) ; Pro- 
gram Secretary Student Volunteers (4) ; Y. M. 
Cabinet {4). 



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WILHELMINA ANNA QUANDT 
A.B. 

DECHERD, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: French ; Minors: German, Education. 



JULIA MAE RINK 
A.B. 

LA FAYETTE, GEORGIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History; Minors: English, Education. 

Cumberland University (i, 2) ; Spanish Club (3, 

4); Georgia Club (3, 4), Treasurer (4). 



MARV KATHRYNE RINK 
A.B. 

LA FAYETTE, GEORGIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History ; Minors: English, Education. 

Cumberland University (i, 2); Spanish Club 

(3, 4) ; Georgia Club (3, 4), Secretary (4). 



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CLARA MABEL ROWLAND 
A.B. 

MARVVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Thcia Epsilon 

Major: History; Minors: Religious Education. 

Education. 



MARJORIE ADELE SALMONS 
A.B. 

TRENTOX, NEW JERSEY 
Bainonian 
Major: English ; Minor: Psychology. 
State Teachers College (i, 2) ; Vesper Choir (3, 
4) ; Glee Club (3, 4) ; Nu Gamma Leader (4) ; 
Secretary Student Volunteer Group (4) ; Pro- 
gram Secretary Bainonian (3), President (4); 
Triangle Club (3, 4) ; Home Economics Club 
(4). 



MILDRED LOUISE SCHOELLER 
A.B. 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: Religious Education ; Minors: German, 

History. 
Elizabeth Hillman Prize in Advanced Chemistry 
{2) ; Nu Gamma Leader (3) ; Athletic Award 
(2); Program Secretary "M" Club (3); Pro- 
gram Secretary Triangle Club (3), Vice-Presi- 
dent '(4) ; Y. W. Cabinet (4). 



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A.B. 



Major: English ; Minors: Spanish, Education. 
Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4) ; 
Higltland Echo (i, 2, 3) ; Student Council (2) ; 
Nu Gamma Leader (2) ; Assistant Editor "M" 
Handbook (3); Writers Workshop (3, 4); 
Editor Theta Epsilon (2), Program Secretary 
3), Treasurer (4). 



JOHN BERYL SPRINGER 
A.B. 

MIDDLETOWX, PEXNSYLVAXIA 

Major: Spanish ; Minors: German, Economics. 



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VETA MAY STEPHENS 
A.B. 

TELLICO PLAIN'S, TENNESSEE 
Bainonian 
Major: English; Minors: Psychology, Education. 
College Players Play (z, 4), Business Manager 
(3), Stage Manager (4); College Players (3, 
4) ; Home Economics Club (3, 4) ; Daisy Chain 
(3); Graduate in Expression (4); Ring Com- 
mittee (4) ; Glee Club (4) ; Vice-President Y. 
W. (4) ; Producing Staff Bainonian Mid-Winter 
(3), Program Secretary (4), Committee Play 
Selection (4), President (4) ; Theta Alpha Phi 
(4). 

LUCILLE MAE S\VAFFORD 
A.B. 

RICEVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theia Epsilon 
Major: Biology; Minors: Education, English. 
Freshman Debate; Vesper Choir (r, 2, 3, 4) ; Or- 
chestra (i, 3, 4) ; Tennis Team (i, 2, 3, 4 
Varsity Debate (2, 4) ; Pi Kappa Delta (2, 3, 
4); Glee Club (3, 4), President (4); President 
Theta Epsilon (4), Program Secretary (3), 
Pianist (2) ; B. G. (3, 4), President (4) ; Y. W. 
Cabinet (4) ; Nu Gamma Chairman (4) ; Stu- 
dent Council (3) ; Theta Epsilon Mid-Winter 
(3, 4) ; Graduate in Expression (4). 

JOHN EDWARD TALMAGE 
A.B. 

KVVAXGJU, KOREA 

Athenian 

Major: Physics; Minor: Mathematics. 

Tennis Team (i, 3, 4), Captain (4), Doubles 

Champion (4) ; Ministerial Association (i, 3, 4), 

President (4); Georgia Club (3, 4); Physics 

Assistant (4) ; Student Volunteers (4). 



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OLIVER RULE TARWATER, JR. 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: English; Minors: History, Sociology. 

Teacher's College, Johnson City (i, 2) ; Honor 

Roll (i, 2, 3). 



MICHAEL PRESBYTERIO TESTA 
A.B. 

SCRAN'TON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 
Major: History; Minors: Social Science, English. 
College Players (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Secretary-Treasurer 
Spanish Club (i). Program Secretary (3); 
Theta Epsilon Mid-Winter (i, 3); Program 
Secretary Alpha Sigma (2, 3), Censor (2), Vice- 
President (3); Secretary-Treasurer Student 
Volunteers (2); Graduate in Expression (3); 
Theta Alpha Phi (3, 4), President (4); Pro- 
gram Secretary French Club (4) ; Treasurer 
Triangle Club (4) ; Secretary Y. M. (4) ; Chair- 
man Senior Play (4) ; Alpha Sigma Mid- 
winter Committee (3, 4); Regional Secretary 
Theta Alpha Phi (4); Glee Club (4). 



ERMA MAISIE THOMAS 
A.B. 

ALCOA, TENNESSEE 

Tlifta Epsilon 

Major: English; Minor: History. 

Writers Workshop (3, 4) ; Honor Roll (3) 



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PAULINE LEONA THRONE 
B.S. 

YORK, PENN'SVLVAXIA 
Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics ; Minors: Chemistry 

and Biology. 
Vesper Choir (i, 2); Glee Club (4); Home 
Economics Club (i, 2, 3, 4), President {4) ; 
Treasurer Bainonian (4) ; Nu Gama (4) ; Tri- 
angle Club (i, 2, 3, 4). 



FREDERICK BURTON TOMS 
A.B. 

WOODSTOWN", NEW JERSEY 
Athenian 
Major: Greek; Minors: English, Bible. 
Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Interclass Football (i) ; 
Membership Committee Chairman Ministerial 
Association (4) ; Athenian Secretary (4) ; Athen- 
ian Hall Caretaker (i, 2, 3, 4). 



ROBERT HOWARD TOMS 
A.B. 

WOODSTOWN", NEW JERSEY 
Athenian 

Major: Physics ; Minors: Education, Mathe- 
matics. 
V'arsity Track Team (2, 3) ; College High Jump 
Record (3) ; Theta Alpha Phi (3, 4) ; Athenian 
Sergeant-at-Arms (4). 



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ROBERT WOODS TRIPP 
A.B. 

CARROLLTON, OHIO 

Athenian 

Major: History ; Minor: Education. 

Capital University (i); Varsity Debate Team 

(2) ; Student Council (3, 4) ; Hiijidand Echo 
Selection Committee (3) ; Editor "M" Handbook 

(3) ; Student Faculty Committee (4) ; Student 
Social Committee (4); Class President (4). 



BONNIE KATHLEEN TRUNDLE 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: History; Minor: English. 



CARRIE LOU TWEED 
A.B. 

GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: English; Minors: French, Education. 
Pi Kappa Delta (2, 3, 4) ; Graduate in Expres- 
sion (3) ; College Players (3) ; Freshman Debate. 



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PHOEBE MAE UNDERWOOD 
A.B. 

NEW MARKET, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: French ; Minors: Historj-, Education 

EDITH JANE VANAMAN 
A.B. 

SWEDESBORO, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: French; Minors: History, Education. 

Eastern University (i, 2) ; Honor Roll (i, 2, 3 

Spanish Club (3, 4) ; Triangle Club (3, 4) 

French Club (4) ; Nu Gamma Leader (4) ; "M 

Club (4). 



MARY LOIS WALLACE 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English ; Minor: History. 
Bainonian Mid-Winter (2, 3), Bainonian Plav 
Committee (3, 4); College Players (3, 4), Col- 
lege Players Play (3) ; Theta Alpha Phi (3, 4 
Secretary (4). 



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HARRY PRESTON WALROND 
A.B. 

MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY 

Athenian 
Major: English; Minor: Psychology. 
Honor Roll (2, 3) ; Swimming Team (3) ; Tri- 
angle Club (2, 3, 4) ; Student Volunteer Band 
(-;.); Writers Workshop (4) ; Pi Upsilon (4) ; 
Social Committee (4) ; Pep Committee (4) ; 
Cheerleader (4) ; Y. M. Minstrel (4). 

WARREN WALTON WARMAN 
A.B. 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

Athenian 
Major: Sociology; Minors: History, Spanish. 
Editor "M" Handbook (i); Y. M. Cabinet (i, 
3, 4), President (4) ; Program Secretary Min- 
isterial Association (2), Vice-President (2), 
Editor (3) ; Student Council (3) ; Secretary Stu- 
dent-Faculty Committee (3) ; Chilhowean Staff 
(3) ; Recording Secretary Athenian (3) ; Treas- 
urer Triangle Club (3) ; Social Committee (4) ; 
Managing Editor S. V. W. N. B. B. (2, 3); 
Chairman Jacket Committee (4). 

JANET GOODWIN WARREN 
A.B. 

KYOTO, JAPAN 

Bainonian 
Major: Biology; Minors: French, German. 

Honor Roll (r, 2, 3) ; German Club (i, 2, 3, 4), 
President (4); French Club (r, 2, 3, 4), Secre- 
tary (3), President (3); Spanish Club (3); Y. 
W. Cabinet (4) ; Honors Work in German (4) ; 
Pre-Medical Club (3, 4); Student Council (4); 
Student Volunteer (i, 2, 3); Ethics Assistant 
(4). 



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KATHERINE ELIZABETH WAYLAND 
A.B. 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: Biology; Minor: Education. 
Athletic Awards (i, 2, 3); Vesper Choir (2, 3, 
4); Glee Club (2, 3), Vice-President (+) ; "M" 
Club (2, 3), President (4); B. G. (2, 3, 4); 
Y. W. Cabinet (3); Nu Gamma Leader (4); 
Vice-President Bainonian (4) ; Assistant Athletic 
Director. 



THOMAS L. WEESE 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: History; Minors: Physics, Sociology. 



MARY SLOANE WELSH 
A.B. 

CULLEOKA, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: Latin; Minor: French. 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Vesper Choir (2, 3, 4) 

Y. W. Cabinet (2, 4) ; Secretary Bainonian 1,4) 

Glee Club (4). 



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ALICE BIRCHEL WHITEHEAD 
A.B. 

WALLAND, TENNESSEE 

Major: Religious Education ; Minor: History. 



JESSE MILTON WILLIS 
A.B. 

MOREHEAD CITl', NORTH CAROLINA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: History ; Minors: Political Science, Edu- 
cation. 
Glee Singers (2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4) ; 
\'esper Choir (2, 3, 4) ; Band (i) ; Class Treas- 
urer (3, 4) ; President Carolina Club (4), Secre- 
tary-Treasurer (3); Editor Alpha Sigma (2), 
Program Secretary (2, 3), Recording Secretary 
(3), President (4); Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter 
(i, 2), Business Manager (4); Business Man- 
ager Hiff/iland Eclio (4) ; Manager Y. M. 
Store (i, 2, 3) ; Pi Upsllon (4). 



MAURINE AMANDA WILLOCKS 
A.B. 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Home Economics; Minors: Biology, Edu- 
cation. 
Nature Club (4) ; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 
4) ; Honors Work in Bacteriology (4). 



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CLIFFORD CECELIA WITHERS 
A.B. 

ETOWAH, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: History; Minor: English. 
Varsity Debate (3) ; Chairman Daisy 
(3); Theta Epsilon Mid-Winter (3) 
Manager (4) ; Class Vice-President ( + 
gram Secretary Theta Epsilon (+) ; College 
Players (4) ; Graduate in Expression (4). 



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A.B. 

GREENBACK, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Education ; Minors: Home Economics, 
English. 



JULIA NAOMI WOODS 
A.B. 

GREENBACK, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English ; Minor: French. 

Writers Workshop (4). 



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JOSEPHINE ANN WOODWARD 
A.B. 

HENDERSOXVILLH, XORTH CAROLINA 

T/iela Epsilon 
Major: French; Minor: Spanish. 
Blue Mountain College (i); Honor Roll (2); 
Student Council (3); Nu Gamma Leader (3); 
"M" Club (3, 4) ; French Club (3, 4), Program 
Secretary (4) ; Program Secretary Theta Epsilon 
(3), Poster Chairman (4) ; Class Secretary (4) ; 
College Players (4), Business Manager (4). 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN WRIGHT 
A.B. 

UNION, NEW JERSEY 
Major: Physics; Minors: Mathematics, Edu- 



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Grace Proffitt Vice-President 

Louise Reichelderfer Secretary 

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THERON RALPH ALEXANDER 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Political Science 
Minors: History, French 



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BURKEVILLE, VIRGINIA 

Bainonian 

Major : Englisli 
Minors: Bible, Latin 



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BRADENTON, FLORIDA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: English, Education 



MARIE FERNQUIST BAILEY 

CHAITANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: French, Education 



CALBERTA BAIRD 

GREENBACK, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major : Englisli 
Minors: Education, Bible 



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JOSEPH CHARLES BATTAGLIA 

KEMLWORTH, NEW JERSEY 

Major: History 
Minors: Economics, Education 



SARAH MALINDA BRAKEBILL 

MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Spanish 
Minors: Socioloijy, Education 



ROBERT LOWRY BROWN 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Matlicmatics 
Minors: C/icmistry, Physics 



DOUGLAS MACKAY CARHART 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

Athenian 

Major: Enylisk 
Minors: History, Education 



LILLIAN CASSELL 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

Bainonian 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: Spanish, Education 



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MARVVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Englisk 
Minor: History 





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WALTER JOSEPH CLOUD 

NORRISTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: Englisli 
Minors: Greek, Bible 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH COATES 

EDGEWOOD, PENNSYLVANIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History 
Minors: French, Sociology 



CECELIA H. CONOVER 

MIDDLETOWN, NEW JERSEY' 

Bainonian 

Major: Biology 
Minors: French, Sociology 



EARLE W. CRAWFORD 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Political Science 
Minors: English, History 



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HUGH RANKIN CRAWFORD 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: History 
Minors: Englisli, Education 



GEORGE FRANKLIN DEEBEL 

RINGTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 
Minors: Physics, Biology 



PHYLLIS FAIRFIELD DEXTER 

HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 
Minors: French, Education 



LORENA MAY DTNLAP 

CEBU, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: Spanish, Religious Education 




SARA WALTINE FORTUNE 

DAMASCUS, VIRGINIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Biology, Education 



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MARY EMILY FRANKLIN 

JEFFERSON CITY, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Education, Economics 



THERESA DECKER FREY 

ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: Biology 
Minors: English, Sociology 



WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER FRISH 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 
Minors: Physics, Mathematics 



NINA CUSICK GAMBLE 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Physics, Education 



ALEXANDER CHARLES GILLANDER 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: English 
Minors: Greek, Sociology 



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JONATHAN GILUNGHAM 

CLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Pliysics, Education 



MARY GILLINGHAM 

GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Bioloijy 
Minors: French, Education 



CHARLES WILLIAM HADDOCK 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: Greek 
Minors: English, History 



RUBY EMILINA HALL 

FLINTVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major : English 
Minors: French, Education 



DONALD HARRIS 

ST. GEORGE'S, DELAWARE 

Alpha Sigma 

Major : English 
Minors: Psychology, Education 



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MILDRED MEEK HARRIS 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: History 
Minors: Englisli, Education 



LUCY GLENN HARRISON 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: Sociology, Education 



CATHERINE GRACE HAST 

CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology 
Minors: Psychology, Religious Education 



THELMA LEAH HAYES 

LA FOLLETTE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major : History 
Minors: English, French 



MARY FLORENCE HYDE 

WALNUT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Latin 
Minors: French, English 



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ELEANOR JOHNSON 

MC KENZIE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: Latin, History 




RENA FOREST JOVNER 

CANTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Psychology, German 



JESSIE ELIZABETH KAVANAUGH 

STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History 
Minors: Sociology, Education 



THOMAS VANSICKLE KIDD 

PENNS GROVE, NEW JERSEY 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Education, Chemistry 



LUCILLE KINNAMON 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: French 
Minors: Spanish, History 



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LOUIS FRANK KRAINOCK 

WESTVILLE, ILLINOIS 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: English 
Minors: Spanish, French 



CHARLES EDWARD LEWIS 

DAISY, TENNESSEE 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Political Science 
Minors: English, Economics 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH LEWIS 

COPPERHILL, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: French 
Minors: Education, Spanish 



EDWARD VERNON LODWICK 

CUMBERLAND, OHIO 

Athenian 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Chejnistry, Physics 



ERNEST BROYLES LOWE 

SUMMERLEE, WEST VIRGINIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Matliematics 
Minors: Physics, Education 



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JAMES HERMAN MAGEE 

MOUNT OI.IVE, MISSISSIPPI 

Athenian 

Major: History 
Minors: English, Sociology 



CHLOE MIGNONNE MALPHUS 

LAKE CITi', FLORIDA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Spanish 
Minors: English, Education 



FERN BONITA METZGER 

NEW CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: German, History 



ARVILLA JANET MILLER 

CROSS RIVER, NEW YORK 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: History, Frencli 



DOROTHY MADGE NETHERY 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 

Bainonian 

Major: Latin 
Minors: English, Education 



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JANE PATTERSON 

DECATUR, ALABAMA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English ■ 
Minors: History, Education 



ELIZABETH GERTRUDE PETERSON 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: Sociology, Frencli 



GRACE GRAHAM PROFFITT 

MARVVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 
Minors: History, Education 



LOUISE EMILY REICHELDERFER 

TAMAQUA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 
Minors: German, French 



ELVIRA LOUISE RESSLER 

SALEM, OHIO 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: French, Chemistry 



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ROBERTA GRAYSON REVELEV 

CANTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Theta Epsiloii 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Psychology, French 



LELAND SHANOR 

BUTLER, PENNSYLVANLA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Trench, History 



MARY ETTA SHARP 

VONORE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Biology ami Education 



EVELYN SHELLEY 

TUSCUMBIA, ALABAMA 

Bainonian 

Major: History 
Minors: French, English 



EVERETT NEWMAN SMITH 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Chemistry, Physics 




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JAMES RHODES SMITH 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Athenian 

Major: Englisli 

Minors: Sociology, Ediicaiion 



EDGAR LOVE STOREY 

MOUNT OLIVE, MISSISSIPPI 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Minors: Bible, Greek 



LEONARD SWENSON 

EELLMORE, NEW YORK 

Major: Cliemistry 
Minors: Biology, French 



BEATRICE AMELIA THORSON 

HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Sociology, Education 



JOSEPH DAVIS TRUXTON, JR. 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: Englisli 
Minors: French, Education 



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SAMUEL THOMAS VVAID 

HIN'IOX, WEST VIRGINIA 

Athenian 

Major: Cliemislry 
Minors: Biolotjy, Pliysics 



VIOLET SPEED WEBB 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

Bainonian 

Major: Enylisli 
Minors: French, History 



BARBARA ALICE WHITMORE 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 
Minors: Sociology, Education 



RUDOLPH HERR WISSLER 

DRUMORE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Minors: Enylisli, Bihli- 



ELIZABETH EMILY WOODWELL 

TAMAQUA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: Home Economics 



Minors: Chemistry, French 



MARIA WYNN 

COTULA, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 
Minors: History, French 



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Fern Bailey- 
Helen Beard 
May Be loth 



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Delores Burchette 
Sarah Frankie Burns 
Philip Cory 
Frances Deal 



Annie Mae Donnel 
Katherine Earnest 
John Grebas 
George Hoglan 
Elizabeth A. Huffaker 



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Arthur Kaufman 
Maxine Keith 
Eugene Little 
Pai;l McCandless 
Martha Martin 



Grace Moore 
Graydon Paul 
Patricia Perry 
Sidney Portram 
Garry Ridder 
Mary Evelyn Russell 



William Stanbro 
Frank Thornhill 
Muriel Waechter 
Doris Waldrep 
ALary Earl Walker 
Nettie West 
iVLartha Wray 



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Robert E. Lodwick President 

Katharine Orr J'ke-Presidcnt 

Lillian Steed Secretary 

G. Edward Friar Treasurer 



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Charles Allen 
Palm Beach, Fla. 



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Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Sara Lou Barron 
Rome, Georgia 



S. A. Bass 

Mount Juliet, Tenn. 




SOPHOMORES 



Joseph Andrews 
Harlan, Kentucky 



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Mvrtis Baldwin- 
New Haven, Conn. 



Ruth Barry 
Jonesboro, Tenn. 



Marcella Bealles 
Hookstown, Penn. 



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Dandridge, Tenn. 



O. D. Brackin 
Town Creek, Ala 



Mary Gladys Brown 
Kingsport, Tenn. 



Harriet Clark 

Birmingham, Mich. 




SOPHOMORES 



Samuel Blizzard 
tapper Darby, Penn. 



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Leone Ann Brown 
Kingj-pcirt, Tenn. 



Alk,\ander Christie 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



Evelyn Coddington 
Bradenton, Fla. 



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Martha Cooper 
Cowan, Tenn. 



Robert Dovvnes 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



Carl Fisher 

Worcester, Mass. 



Ruth Flint 

East Orange, N. ]. 




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Eleanor Denslow 
Paris, Tenn. 



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Joyce Fields 
Xenia, Ohio 



Marjorie Fleming 
Tamaqua, Penn. 



Edward Friar 
Derbv, Va. 






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Willis Garrett 
Miami, Fla. 



O'Neil Gray 
Lytle, Texas 



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Erie, Penn. 



Lucv Jane Houser 
Lake City, Fla. 




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Mildred Glasing 

Upper Blacli Eddy, Pa. 



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George Greiner 
Union City, N. J. 



Elizabeth Hope 
Elat, Africa 



Harriet Huffstetler 
Columbia, S. C. 



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John- Edward Ingram 
S3"racuse, N. Y. 



Miriam King 
Pinerside, 111. 



Margaret Law 
Marvville, Tenn. 



Ralph Llewellyn 
Madisonville, Tenn. 




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Florence, S. C. 



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Franklin. Penn. 



Glover Leitcii 
Denison, Tinv.T 



Robert Louwick 
Cunihevlaiul, Ohio 



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EUMCE LOUGHRIDGE 

Eton, Ga. 



Margaret McCoxnell 
Scipio, Ind. 



Madge McQuacge 
Clearwater, Fla. 



Katherine Noel 
Vivian, W. Va. 




SOPHOMORES 



Rum McCampbell 
Fountain Cit}', Tenn. 



Elizabeth McMurrai 
Jefferson City, Tenn, 



Edith Nicolai 
Madison, N. J. 



Emma Jane North wood 
Trafford, Penn. 



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Hilda Norton 
Knoxville, Tenn. 



Bryan- Payne 
Winchester, Ind. 



Archibald Pieper 
Lytle, Texas 



William Quicley 
Philadelphia, Penn. 




SOPHOMORES 



Katharine Orr 
Nashville, Tenn. 



Eleanor Pelanze 
Maryville, Tenn. 



Harold Quigley 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



Gladys Reaves 

Fountain City, Tenn. 



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Martina Robison 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Kathrvn Simmons 
Prospect Park, Pa. 



Lillian Steed 
Winchester, Tenn. 



Jean Thomson 
Miami, Fla. 




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Helen Rusk 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Stuart Snedeker 
Collingwood, N. J. 



Florine Stephens 
Tellico Plains, Tenn. 



Ernestine Tipton 
Townsend, Tenn. 



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Wilbur Troutman 
Butler, Penii, 



Charlotte Upp 
Chicago, 111. 



Pearl Wathan 
Parrott, Ky. 



Clifford Williams 
Fort Worth, Texas 




SOPHOMORES 



Helex Tulloch 
Maryville, Tenn. 



James Wade 
Staunton, Va. 



Marion Whitaker 
New Market, Tenn. 



Tully Williams 
Zalfo Spring, Fla. 



William Paterson 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



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Bruce McCampdell President 

Lillian Crawford Vice-President 

Sam Rose Parker Secretary 

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Bruce Alexander 
J. M. Alexander 
Mark Andrews 
James Battagll^ 



Norman H. Beamer 
Lamar Blazer 
Lyndell Bond 
Robert D. Bower 



Elizabeth Brimfield 
Lois Brown 
Ellouise Bundv 
Florence Butman 



A. E. Cacv 
Elizabeth M. Carlisle 
James Campbell 
W. M. Carlton 



Glee Carpenter 
Helen Chambers 
Ruth Clopton 
Ernestine Conner 



Maola Connor 
Lillian Crawford 
Lynn Crawford 
Helen Deneen 



Myrtle Cunningham 
Joan Dexter 
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Louise Dugcan 




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Mary Frances Dunlap 
John Elliott 
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Doris Franklin 



Edna Fretwell 
Bernice Gaines 
J. R. Gouge 
Eleanor Graebing 



J. H. GuiGou 
Stanley Hall 
Virginia Hamilton 
Ralph W. Hand 



Beatrice Harrison 
Mary P. Hatch 
Frances Henson 
Florence Hill 



Frances Hill 
Martha Hogan 
Naomi Hogan 
Ruth Hughes 



Helen Hyde 
Shirley Jackson 
e. boyce jarman 
Mary E. Jarnagin 



Charlotte King 
Ruby Lane 
Ruth Loughridge 
Dorothy Leaf 



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MozELLE Lewis 
Katherine Lindsay 
Edwina Lowe 
Edward Luminati 



Howard McCni.i.uM 
Bruce McCampbell 
Virginia McCampbeli, 
Esther M. McGara 



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R. L. McKlBBEN 

Nell McQuagge 
Martha McSpaden 



Sara Martin 
Kathleen Mave 
R. W. Meadows 
Romulus Meares 



W. D. Morgan 
Christie Nelson 
Sam Rose Parker 
James C. Paterson 



Virginia Pennington 
Ruth Proffitt 
Evan Renne 
Dorothy Richards 



Gladys Riggins 
Lucille RoBER're 
David Rogers 
Eleanor Russell 




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James Ryan 
Richard L. Schlafer 
Frank Smith 
Carol Snyder 



Frakces Spivy 
Anna M. Staples 
Allin Stephens 
Frances Stephens 



Alice Street 
J. Norman Sylar 
Mildred Tarwater 
Eva Taylor 



O. M. Teague 
Edward Thom 
Harold Truebger 
Mildred Underwood 



Kenneth Van Hee 
Donald Vaughn 
Robert Watt 
Blanche Webb 



Charles West 
Beatrice Wheeler 

Alma M'hiffen 
Douglas Woods 



Helen Woodward 
Virginia Worth 
Elizabeth Yarman 



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GIRLS' DEBATE TEAM BOYS' DEBATE TEAM 



Pennington, Bartels, Webb 
Arclern, Whiffen, Cai-lisle 



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LOMEE S. HONAKER Coach 

Robert C. Thrower Assistant Coach 

Charles E. Lewis Manager 



Maryville 2 

Maryville o 

Maryville 26 

Maryville 12 

Maryville O 

Maryville O 

Maryville 13 

Maryville 12 

Maryville 33 

Maryville 6 



1933 Football Schedule 

Kentucky 46 

Tennessee Wesleyan O 

Tusculum O 

King O 

Middle Tennessee Teachers 25 

Lenoir-Rhyne 7 

East Tennessee Teachers 32 

Cullowhee O 

Milligan O 

Carson-Newman 27 



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Front ROW 4tkins West. Cochran, Millsaps. Russell, Kiser, Atchison, Gamble, Collins. Gwynn, 

Gillespie. ,-,. , 

.Second Row: Boretsky, Gray, Pieper, Hall. Rentro. Krainock. Kalman, Payne, Kosloski. Klink, 

Holaday. 

Third Row: Manager Lewis, Shields, Coulter, Coker. Bower, Marinaro, Bailey, Blazer, Slawson, 

Crawford, Smith. „,-,-,, 
Fourth Row: Coach Thrower. Henry. Feezell. Alexander. Guigou, Loessberg. Corns. Coach Honaker. 



1933 FOOTBALL SQUAD 

Review of the Season 

Everything considered, the 1933 football season was far from unsuccessful, despite the fact 
that the Highlanders \von four games, lost five, and tied one. 

Facing one of the toughest schedules that has ever confronted a Maryville machine, the 
Scots settled down to the task with all the energy that has characterized Coach Honaker's teams 
in past years. 

The opening game of the season with Kentucky ^vas lost, as was expected, 46 to 2, but in 
defeat a green sophomore forward wall gave promise of developing into one of the strongest 
units that has represented Maryville in the past few years. 

After a scoreless tie with Tennessee Wesleyan, the Highlanders hit a stride that carried them 
to two consecutive conference victories. Tusculum and King, two of the loop's leaders, bowed on 
successive week-ends and things looked rosy for Coach Honaker's cohorts. 

The turning point of the season came when the Maryvillians suffered a 25-to-o lacing at the 
hands of Middle Tennessee Teachers. Pat Shores, former Maryville athlete, brought a fine 
Lenoir-Rhyne team down out of the mountains of North Carolina the following week and 
administered the second straight defeat to the Scots. 

Tennessee State Teachers, coached by Oenc McMurray, another former Maryville star, gave 
Maryville its worst defeat at the hands of a conference foe all season, but Coach Honaker 
brought his men out of the valley of despair and Cullowhee and Milligan bowed on successive 
Saturdays. 

The final game of the season found the Scots facing their traditional rival, Carson-Newman. 
The Eagles, conference champions for two straight years, overwhelmed the Orange and Garnet, 
but Maryville's play was far from discouraging. 

There will be a wealth of material returning next year, so the watchword for the future 
should be: Look Up! 



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lialjhack 

The backbone of the Highlanders' offense 
throughout the year, that was Steve. His play in 
the Tusculum, King, and Carson-Newman games 
will long be remembered in Maryville College foot- 
ball. Boretsky is a senior, and Coach Honaker will 
find it a difficult task indeed to fill his shoes next 
year. Conference honors were heaped upon this 
eel-like runner both this year and last year. 



MARTIN GILLESPIE 

Fullback 

When better defensive fullbacks than Martin play 
under the Orange and Garnet, it will probably be 
after this generation has reached a ripe old age. 
Opposing backfield men will find life more pleas- 
ant next season when they line up against Mary- 
ville and find another man in the squatty Gillespie's 
position. 



JOHN S. KISER 

Halfback 

Kiser was a senior before he really came into his 
own. Reporting for football four years ago with- 
out the benefit of high school experience, the 
Friendsville boy showed a desire to learn that won 
him a place on the varsity eleven before he was 
ready to hang up his uniform. He was on the 
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Quarterback 

"West dropped back and rifled a beautiful pass 
to Atkins over the goal line for a touchdown." 
"West drove through the line, cut back and raced 
across the goal line for another score." Those 
things «ere true of Tom, and more. It was his 
generalship, kicking, running, and passing that car- 
ried the Highlanders to more than one victor}'. 



STROUD GWYNN 
End 

Handicapped by his size, but making up for it 
in fight arid craftiness, Gwynn was a real asset 
this vear. When power plays came his way, Gwynn 
met them with what it takes to prevent long gains. 
This was Gwynn's last year as a Highlander, and 
you can bet that coaches, players, and students 
hate to see him go. 



JACK ATKINS 
End 

Little yardage was made around Jack's end this 
season. Although handicapped by injuries part of 
the vear, he came back and played some of the best 
football of his career near the end of the season. 
He is another senior, and just you notice how badly 
he is missed next vear. 



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SHADY PAYNE 
Quarlerback 

Shady didn't play regularly this year, but a cer- 
tain smoothness was noticeable in the Highlander 
machine when he did the quarterbacking. Payne 
stuck with the team faithfully throughout his col- 
lege course, and his unselfishness gained him the 
respect of players and coaches alike. He, too, is a 
senior. 



LEON MILLSAPS 
Tackle 

Not the biggest tackle the Highlanders have ever 
had, but one of the toughest. "Buck" accomplished 
the imusual, and made the varsit\' in his first year 
under the Orange and Garnet. There's plenty of 
woe in store for Highlander opponents for the next 
two seasons, and it is not likely that Coach Bob 
Throw'er w'ill w'orry over the strength of his posi- 
tion during that time. 



LOUIS KALMAN 

If Lou can shake ofl^ the injury jinx next year, 
the left side of Coach Bob Thrower's line will be 
safe for democracy. This was Kalman's second 
year on the varsity, and the Ohio boy should be a 
terror next season. For dependability, he'll do until 
a better flankman comes along. 




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Quarterback 

Klazer's "cnmc on, run 'em my «ay" attitude 
gave liim just the needed confidence to make the 
Highlanders an invaluable quarterback this year. 
He came up as a freshman last year and \von his 
letter against competition furnished by veteran 
quarterbacks. When the Highlanders line up in the 
opening game next year against Kentucky, you will 
find this swaggering youngster in there yelling, 
"Come on, run 'em mv "way." 



M. H. GAMBLE 

Tackle 

Plugging away, asking no quarter of the enemy 
and giving none, Mose proved to be a real find this 
year, and Smoky Mountain Conference honors were 
awarded him at the end of his second season. 
With this 200-pound frame at a tackle position next 
vear, what do we have to lose? 



FRANK ATCHISON 
Guard 

When this 190 pounds of brawn and muscle came 
up from Maryville High School, Coach Honaker 
wasn't sure whether he would be a fullback, guard, 
tackle, or manager of the soccer team. "Butter" 
found himself at guard, and there he has been for 
two years. This quiet spoken chap reminds old 
timers of the days when Lowell McDonald, 
Millard Tolliver, Carl Storey, and other great 
guards roamed the Maryville grid. 



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DELMAS COLLINS 
Guard 

When "Batty" came to Maryville, Coach 
Honaker shoved him into a guard slot and made 
no mistal<e. His play last year branded him as a 
coming luminary, what with his speed and down- 
right savageness. He had a fling at fullbacking 
this year, and came through O. K., but he ended 
the year back in his old position. Ask any of his 
opponents. Just ask 'em. 



WILBUR LOESSBERG 
Halfback 

Once this deer-like runner got past the line of 
scrimmage, he was hard to stop short of the g:)al 
line. Speed gained as a dash man on the track 
team furnished Loessberg with that necessity that 
goes to make a dangerous halfback. You'll see 
plenty of this Texas jack-rabbit in his two remain- 
ing years. 



MAURICE BAILEY 
Center 

Stepping into the breach at the pivot position 
late in the season, Bailey took care of the snapper 
back duties in a manner that would do credit to a 
veteran. Although he played little last year, he 
came up fast this season, and before he hangs up 
his moleskins he should be a really brilliant per- 
former. He'll bear watching next year. 










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PAUL KLINK 
Guard 

Here's another man ^vho accomplished that feat 
unusual in college football. He made his letter as a 
first-year man, and it will be a man-sized job to 
keep him off the varsity next season. Klink came 
back after an injury and played bang-up football in 
every game in which he took part. Not flashy, but 
the kind of man who brings smiles to the coaches' 
faces. 



ARCHIBALD PIEPER 
Center 

Th^' first man on the practice field, and the last 
one to leave. Pieper came up from Texas without a 
lot of football experience, but he showed the will to 
learn and that is just what he did. The end of 
the season found him in the middle of the Scot 
line in every game. He placed center and guard, 
and was equall}' proficient at both. 



LOUIS KRAINOCK 
Halfback 

Serving his third year on the squad, Louie found 
himself near the end of the season and performed 
in great style at a halfback post. He was one of 
the glittering lights in Maryville's disastrous de- 
feat at the hands of State Teachers, and who will 
soon forget the part he played in the Milligan rout? 



WILLIAM HOLADAY 
Guard 

Holaday aspired to be a tackle when he went 
out for football this year, but Coach Thrower de- 
cided that he had the necessary qualities of a first- 
rate guard. He played plenty of football this year, 
and fully justified the confidence that was placed in 
him. He is another first-year man, and in looking 
around for guards next year, it is likely that the 
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Front Row: Ridder, Hoglan. Kipp, Allen, Capt. Boretsky, Byar. Millsaps, Gamble 

Second Row: Kidd, Coulter, Gray, Dean, Montgomery. James Battaglia 

Third Row : Hall, Marstiller. Pieper, Burns, George, Alexander. Marinaro 

Fourth Row: Coach Thrower, McKibben. Manager Huffstetler, Joseph Battaglia 

STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS 

Review of the Season 

Robert C. Thrower Coach 

Steve Boretsky Captain 

Roi-i.iE Huffstetler Manaegcr 

Wrestling has become one of the leading sports at Maryville College. Since Coach Bob 
Thrower has been in charge of the wrestling team his matmen have never been defeated, hav- 
ing won the state collegiate championship for the past three years. The Highlander wrestling 
team has consistently shown that it is the best mat aggregation ever seen in this section. 

This year's team was truly a brilliant one. With a team of veterans with which to work, 
Coach Bob Thrower lost little time in moulding a championship team. Seven matches were 
scheduled, and no less than exactly seven matches were won in a comparatively easy manner, 
with the exception of the affair with Appalachian State Teachers, which the Highlanders won 
by the close margin of 16-14. 

Gary Ridder, George Hoglan, Steve Boretsky, Madison Byar, Buck Millsaps, and Mose 
Gamble were on hand with the necessary experience behind them when Coach Bob issued the 
call this year. The six veterans took over varsity jobs with little difficulty, while Kipp, Dean, 
and Allen succeeded in gaining varsity positions. 

With the loss of only Captain Boretsky, Byar, and Kipp next year, the Highlanders will 
stand a good chance of continuing their marvelous undefeated, championship record. 

Maryville 24; Knoxville Y. M. C. A 8 

Maryville ... . . 23 ; Appalachian Teachers .... .... 11 

Maryville • ■ 35 1 University of Tennessee 5 

Maryville . . . -33; University of Tennessee 3 

Maryville . . 16; Appalachian Teachers 14 

Maryville 40; Vanderbilt o 

Maryville . 26; Knoxville Y. M. C. A 11 



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1934 BASKETBALL TEAM 

Review of the Season 

LOMBE S. HONAKER Coacll 

John S. Kiser Captain 

H. W. Lampe ■ . . . . Manager 

Basketball this season, along with wrestling, came hack to the front. Starting the season 
with only two lettermen, Coach Lombe Scott Honaker whipped a team together that won ^^ 
games and lost only eight during the season. The Highlanders placed third in the Smoky 
Mountain Conference standing. 

Captain Johnny Kiser and Rex Allen were the only men with experience returning for the 
team this year, and to say that prospects looked everything but bright would be putting it 
mildly. A wealth of freshman material made a successful season possible. 

Milligan College, Tennessee State Teachers, Lincoln Memorial University, Appalachian State 
Teachers and Carson-Newman were the only conference teams to win victories over the Scots. 
Coach Honaker's team turned the tables on all of these teams with the exception of Appalachian 
Teachers, who were met in a single game. With such men as Allen, Hannah, Pearson, Van 
Hee, Crumbaugh, Henry, Atchison, and Brittain returning next year, the outlook is anything 
but gloomy. 

1934 B.ASKETB.ALL ScORES 



Marvville 


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Marvville 


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Marvville 


47; 


Marvville 


46; 


Marvville 


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Marvville 


49; 


Marvville 


41; 


Marvville 


47; 


Marvville 


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Marvville 


28; 


Marvville 


^9; 


Marvville 


26; 


Maryville 


50; 



Gulf 31 Maryville 

Blount Motor 28 Maryville 

Shell Oilers 20 Maryville 

Blount Motor 32 Maryville 

Athletic House . ... 30 Maryville 

Cullowhee 26 Marvville 

L. M. U 36 Maryville 

Tennessee Wesleyan . . 29 Maryville 

Tusculum 23 Maryville 

Emory-Henry 60 Maryville 

East Tennessee Teachers . 40 Maryville 

Carson - Newman . . . 16 Marvville 

Mars Hills 38 



49; King 40 

36 ; Pikeville 41 

42; L. M. U 50 

41 ; Cumberland 30 

43; Tusculum 26 

46 ; King 28 

54; East Tennessee Teachers . 31 

34; Milligan 29 

33; Appalachian Teachers . 36 

27 ; Emory-Henry 50 

24; Carson-Newman . . . .30 
26; Milligan 31 



Maryville . 979 ; Opponents S31 



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SOUTHEASTERN A. A. U. CHAMPIONS 

Front Row: JIanager Fortune. Byar, Lavender, Hitch. Willocks, Captain Moore. Snedeker, Green. 

G. Paul, Wood, Coach Thrower. 

Second Row: Little. Adams, Lockerby, Toms, Millsaps, Collins, Hunt. Gray. O. Paul. Atkins. 

Third Row: McCormick, Bunch, Zitzncr. Woodling, Lehr. Lodwick. Fisher, Gamble. Ramsey, Blizzard, 

Gil lis, Powel, Pearson. 

Fourth Row: Magt-e. Day, Hardy, Barras. Slawson, Peery. Hoglan. 



THE 1933 TRACK SEASON 

The 1933 track team was one of the best ever produced at Maryville College. With such 
veterans as Captain Moore, Hitch, Byar, and Russell to form a nucleus for the team, Coath 
Thrower developed a track team that gave superb performance on every occasion. 

The track team had a very successful season, making three hundred and thirteen points to 
its opponents' one hundred and fift3-five. Coach Thrower took his men to the Southeastern 
A. A. U. meet at Elizabethton, where the Highlanders showed their supremacy over all other 
contenders by winning the meet with sixty-three points. Emory-Henry won second place with 
only thirty-seven points. Besides being the Southeastern A. A. I'. Champions, the Highlanders 
«on the Smoky Mountain Conference title. 

Many new college track records were established during the 1933 season. The fact that eight 
new records were established shows that Coach Thrower had one of the best teams in the history 
of the College. 

The following new records were established during the 1933 season: 

440-yard run, by Snedeker Time, 52 sees. 

880-yard run by Hitch Time, 2:00.6 mins. 

i-mile run by Moore Time, 4:29.5 mins. 

i-mile relay by Snedeker, Willocks, Hitch, Byar Time, 3:34.8 mins. 

220 low hurdles by Byar Time, 26 sees. 

Javelin throw by Russell 192 feet 

High jump by Toms 5 ft., loyi ins. 

Broad jump by Loessburg 21 ft., 2^ ins. 



Results of Southeastern A. A. U. Meet 

Maryville 63 

Emory-Henrv '37 

L. M'. U. . ' 17 

Tusculum 3 



Results of 1933 Track Meets 
Maryville . . . 48 ; Tennessee .... 69 

Maryville . . .84; Centre 33 

Maryville . . . 90; L. M. U 27 

Maryville . . . 91 ; Emory-Henry . . .26 



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The 1933 Hi 
games Avon out 
Carson-Ne\yman, 
decisions. West, 
bj' graduation. 



1933 BASEBALL TEAM 

Review of the Se.a.son 

ghlander baseball team ended the season with the remarkable record of fourteen 
of twenty played. In the intercollegiate contests, Maryville bowed only to 
East Tennessee Teachers, and Emory-Henry, losing two games by one-run 
star shortstop, and Park and Duff, the nucleus of the pitching staff, were lost 



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Vestal 4 

Hiwassee 2 

Woodruffs 7 

Hiwassee o 

L. M. U 5 

L. M. U 3 

Emory-Henry 8 

Emory-Henry 9 

Carson-Newman 5 

Carson-Newman 5 

Carson-Newman 8 

L. M. U 3 

L. M. U 3 

East Tennessee Teachers 7 

East Tennessee Teachers 2 

Emory-Henry 4 

Emory-Henry 12 

East Tennessee Teachers 2 

East Tennessee Teachers i 

Alumni 11 



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FIRST ROW: Cooley, Conovcr, Burchette. Coates, Schoellei', Capt.; Johnson, Proffltt, Monroe 
SECOND ROW: Vannaman, Cassell, Deal, Thorson, Dick, Gillingham, Ha.ssaU, Sibcy, West, Webb. 

THE 1934 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 

Pennington, Dexter, Smith, Worth, Hyde, Chambers, Capt.; Froneberger, Tarman, King, Jackson, 

Kizer, V^'ayland. 



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THE 1933 TENNIS TEAM 

Coach Smith, Gillingham, Talmage, Phay, Fischbach, Beck. 

THE 1934 SWIMMING TEAM 

FIRST ROW: Mowatt, Meeks, Vinsant, Burnham, Jarman, Herries, Burkhalter, Greiner, McEnteer. 
SECOND ROW: Shields, Harris, Oldham, Byster, Ingram, Esbach, Obert, Funk, Coach Fischbach. 



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Senior Class Sponsor 




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Miss Mildred Harris 
Junior Class Sponsor 






Miss Lillian Steed 
Sopliomorf Class Sponsor 




Miss Mary Frances Dunlap 
Fresliman Class Sponsor 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 



Fred Kirchner, President 

Senior 

Thelma Iles 

Senior 



Erxest Lowe, J'ice-Fresidcni Janet Warren 
Junior Senior 

John McQueen Robert Tripp 
Senior Senior 



Gordon Grooms 

Serdor 
Herman Magee 

Junior 



Dorothy Netherv 

Junior 

LoRENA May Dunlap 

Junior 



Joan Dexter 
Freslunan 

Frank Smith 
Freshman 



Leland Shanor 
Junior 



Lucy Houser 

Sopliomorc 

Madeline Hennessee 

Frrslimnn 



Eleanor Pklanze 

Sophoemore 

Betty Wood well 

Junior 



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BAiNONIAN OFFICERS 



Marjorie Salmons 
Elizabeth Gillis 
Veta May Stephens 
Katherine Wayland 
Phoebe Underwood 



Mary Ellen Cramer 
Pauline Throne 
Carrie Lou Tweed 
Mary Hollis Carter 
Viola Lightfoot 



Mary Sloan Welsh 
Cecelia Coxover 
Edith Vanaman 
Violet Webb 
Eleanor Johnson 



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BAINONIAN SOCIETY 



Ahva^'s looking forward to future goals rather than backward to her 
many past achievements, Bainonian Society is an organization that is 
ever growing. She enlarges her scope of vision as well as her member- 
ship ill the realization that numbers are of no avail without aspirations 
to attain. 

The field of activities in which Bainonians participate comprises 
forensics, journalism, art, athletics, and all phases of college life. Where 
projects are being launched and carried out, members of Bainonian 
Society are among the enthusiasts. 

The Society has been gratified in seeing her new members catch the 
spirit of fellowship that has prevailed since her organization fifty-nine 
years ago. Pioneers then, Bainonians are still pioneers in the process of 
making Maryville College outstanding among Christian institutions in 
the South. May this attitude lead Bainonian Society on to greater 
accomplishments. 



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Fred Kirchner 

JOHN PhAY 

Frank Mease 
Randolph Shields 



Sam Waid 
Robert Tripp 
Earl Crawford 
Joe Truxton 



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Burton Toms 
Douglas Carhart 
George Hoglan 



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ATHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

The Athenian Literary Societ\', the oldest society' on the Hill, has 
remained one of the most outstanding in the dignity and worth of its 
activities. Since it was founded ni 1868 it has helped its members culti- 
vate the virtues of loyalty, co-operation, and service. 

Athenians are always influential in the student life, and at present 
they fill the major offices of the Hill. Their attainments in dramatic, 
athletic, and forensic lines are noteworthy. 

In response to the trend of modern requirements, the society is mak- 
ing successful efforts to render worth-while interests of a cultural sort, 
more attractive and enjoyable. The literary element is conserved in 
the weekly programs as an important means to this end. 

The society looks forward to greater accomplishments in such serv- 
ice, through that fellowship that makes Athenian membership a grateful 
memory. 



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Lucille Swafford 
Mary E. Harrison 
Kay Carpenter 
Sue Calhoun 



Rexa Joyner 
Clifford Withers 
Geraldine Smith 
Roberta Reveley 



Eleanor Denslow 
Marion Falkner 
Mary Gladys Brown 
Leone Ann Brown 
Mary Gillinoham 
Thelma Iles 



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No student at Alaiyville could boast a finer privilege of college 
fellowship than each Theta has found in her society. Since 1894 the 
broad interests of the societj" have offered a splendid scope for the self- 
expression of its members in manj' fields. Special talent has been shown 
by Thetas in music, drama, debating, and writing. 

Theta Epsilon Society members represent the best talent on the 
campus, holding positions of honor and responsibility in various student 
organizations. Theta is well represented in such organizations as Pi 
Kappa Delta, Theta Alpha Phi, the College Players, the Highland 
Echo and others. Theta can well be proud that the May Queen for the 
past five years has been chosen from her ranks. 

Co-operation is a by-word of this society. The pleasant comradeship 
and agreeable sharing of experiences enjoyed by these "Happy Sisters" 
could lead only to success. 



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Jesse AVilus 
John McQueex 
Roland Beck 



Ernest Coldwell 
Ernest Lowe 
Carl Fisher 



Glover Leitch 
Jonathan Gillingham 
Malvern Clopton 
John Eyster 
Alex Christie 



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Alpha Sigma Society was founded in 1882, its primary purpose being to develop the 
literary phase of college life. Its name then was Alpha Sigma Literary Society. 

During the present year it was decided to make the primary purpose to promote 
a spirit of fellowship among the students. ''Literary" was dropped from the name. 

In all the activities, academic, scholastic, athletic, and social, Alpha Sigma has its 
leaders who are well qualified in their attainments. There is a sense of true sports- 
manship that is evident at all times and which identifies Alpha Sigma men. 

The fellowship, social relations, spirit of co-operation, and leadership that are 
derived from membership in Alpha Sigma play a predominant part in the college life of 
every society member. 

Alpha Sigma will continue to carry on its fine work in every department of college 
activities through the quality of men who always select Alpha Sigma as their medium 
of friendship, workmanship, and true relationship. 

"Oiij on, onward Alpha Sigma, higher, brothers, ever higher; 
Struggle upivard unto light. Strive for truth, for right, for might. 
For 'tis great and grand and noble to ast^ire." 



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"The Gentle Roi/uc" 



Theta Spsilon SMid-Winter 

"Little ll'omen" 



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Marion Alice Falkxer Lucille Swafford 

Frances Masse y Dorothy Cork ell 

Clifford Withers 



\'eta May Stephens 
Louise Reichelderfer 
Eleanor Denslow 



Nina Gamble 
Marjorie Steffner 
Maria Wynn 



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Mrs. Lois Huber 
Piano 



Miss Laura B. Hale 
Department Head 



Miss Frances Henry 
Voice 



Mrs. Sullivan 
Graduate in Piano 



Miss Mildred Butcher 
Violin 



Music in the Fine Arts Department is represented by courses in Piano, 
Voice, and Violin, with the additional subjects of Harmony, Theory, 
History of Music, and Musical Appreciation. Miss Laura B. Hale, 
instructor in advanced piano and harmony, is head of the department, 
with Mrs. Lois Huber as assistant. Miss Frances Henry is in charge 
of the department of voice, and directs the Glee Clubs and Vesper 
Choir. Miss Mildred Butcher is the teacher of violin, and directs the 
Band, Orchestra, and String Ensemble. Artistic recitals given by grad- 
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Frances Henry, Director 



Lois Huber, Accompanist 



Sopranos 



MiMi Baez 
Leone Ann Brown 
Marie Carlson 
Kav Carpenter 
Helen Chambers 



Andrew Alexander 
Gordon Grooms 
George Lehr 
Charles Orner 



Contraltos 
Sylvia Epright 
Bernice Gaines 
Mar\' Eleanor Himmelright 
Jane Irwin 
Marjorie Salmons 



Lola Maye Hayes 
Lucille Nelson 
Calista Palmer 
Violet Webb 
Mary Sloane Welsh 



Calvin Schmidt 
Samuel Waid 
Lloyd Wells 
Jesse Willis 

Lucille Swafford 
Charlotte Upp 
Katherine Wayland 
Mary Wilson 
Virginia Worth 



Roland Beck 
Rey Burkhalter 
Gordon Courtenay 
Carl Fisher 



Basses 
Francis Huber 
James Laing 
Harry K. Paul 



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Randolph Snider 
Kenneth Van Hee 
Clifford Williams 



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Miss Frances Henrv 
Director 



GOKDOV COURTENAY 
President 



Jesse Willis 
Business Manager 



First Tin 



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Andrew Alexander 
CjEORGE Lehr 

Paul McCandless 
Dean Mack 
Charles Orner 
Samuel Waid 



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Rey Burkhalter 
Frances Huber 
Harry K. Paul 
Randolph Snider 
Douglas Woods 



Second Tenors: 

Gordon Grooms 
Donald Hallam 
Robert Lodwick 
Lloyd Wells 
Jesse Willis 

Basses : 

Roland Beck 
Gordon Courtenay 
Carl Fisher 
James Lainc 



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Miss Mildred Butcher, Director 



COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 

Miss Mildred Butcher, Director 



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Lucy Houskr Hampton Smith 

President Vice-President 

Lillian Armstrong 

Secretary-Treasurer 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Pauline Throne Charlotte Ferris 

President Vice-President 

Sara Fortune Betty Woodwell 

Secretary Treasurer 



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MiMi Baez Frakk Thornhill 

President Vice-President 

Louis Krainock 

Secretary 



CAROLINAS CLUB 

Jesse Willis Lee Johnston 

President I' ice-President 

Carl Hepler 

Secretary-Treasurer 



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Randolph Shields Cecelia Conover 

President I'icc-Prcsidenl 

Marv Eleaxor Himmelright 

Secretary 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 

George Stanley Phyllis Dexter 

President /'ire-President 

Marie Bailey Philip Waechter 

Secretary Treasurer 



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"M" CLUB 

Katherine M'aylaxd Cecelia Conover 

President Secretary 

Mary Mollis Carter 

Treasurer 



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NATURE STUDY CLUB 

Leland Shanor Dorothy Nethery' 

President Vice-President 

Dorothy Hassall 

Secretary 



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LAW CLUB 

Donald Hallam Charles Luminati 

President I'kc-Pres'uienl 

Ruth Barry 

Secretary 



OHIO CLUB 

Gordon- CSrooms C5i.ee Carpexter 

Prrsidnil I' ice-President 

Herbert Hunt 

Secretary-Treasurer 



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Miss Nan Bird 
Instructor 




ISABELLE Harrison 



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FRATERNITY 



Michael P. Testa 
President 



Lois Wallace 
Secretary- Treasurer 




NiTA E. West 
Faculty Adviser 

Glover Leitch 
Historian 



THETA ALPHA PHI 

Michael Testa, Mrs. West, Dr. Hunter (Honorary), Lois Wallace 

Veta May Stephens, Nathalia Wright, Robert Toms, Lorena Mae Dunlap 

Marjorie Steffner, Frances Massey, Glover Leitch, Lucille Swafford, 

Ernest Lowe, Maria Wynn 



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Verton M. Queener 
Faculty Adviser 



Kav Carpenter 
Editor-in-Clnef 



Jesse Willis 
Business Manager 



Richard K. Orr 
.Ictivilies Editor 



Grace Proffitt 
Feature Editor 



Charles Beale 
Sports Editor 

Dorothy Nethery 
Associate Literary Editor 



Violet Webb 
Majiatjinij Editor 



Katharine Orr 
Sophnmorr Cub 



Edward Friar 
Assistant Business Manager 



George Greiner 
Sophomore Cub 



Helen Rusk 
Sophomore Cub 



Elizabeth Kunkel 
Sophomore Cub 



Alex Christie 
Sophomore Cub 



Bryan Payne 
Sophomore Cub 



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First Semester Officers 

John P. Eyster President 

Mildred Schoeller Fice-Prestiietii 

Jessie Kavanagh Secretary 

Michael Testa Treasurer 

Dorothy Hassall ) „ r ^ • 

I Pro ff rain Secretaries 

Frank Mease ( 

Second Semester Officers 

Harry Walrond President 

Cecelia Conover Vice-President 

Roberta Howie Secretary 

Michael Testa Treasurer 

Robert Watt ) „ r , • 

' Program Secretaries 

Sylvia Epright \ 



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Order: Instruction 

Degree: Special Distinction 



Earle W. Crawford 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Honor 

Ercelle Hunter 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Special Distinction 

Grace Proffitt 

Order: Oratory 

Degree: Special Distinction 

Frederick Kirchner 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 

Florence Hyde 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Honor 

Maria Wynn 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Honor 

Carrie Lou Tweed 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



PI KAPPA DELTA 



James Smith 

President 
Order: Debate 
Degree: Honor 



Eleanor Pflanze 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 

Archibald Pieper 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Proficiency 

Roberta Howie 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 

Clifford Morgan 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Proficiency 

Catherine Smith 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 

Edward Friar 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



Dr. E. R. Hunter 

Order: Instruction 

Degree: Special Distinction 



James Saint 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 

Alexander Christie 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 

Mary Gladys Brown 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 

Lucille Swafford 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 

Douglas Carhart 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 

Louis Krainock 

Order: Oratory 

Degree: Fraternity 

Newman Smith 

Order: Oratory 

Degree: Fraternity 



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Scripture — I Corinthians 13 Sont/ — I Would Be True 

Athletics — Directors: Rex N. Allen, O'Neal M. Gray, and John L. Waldrop in 
charge of inter-class athletics, cross country, and tournaments in ping 
pong and handball. 

Bo^■'s Work — Director: Hugh E. Powel in charge of local Hi-\' contacts, and 
social service for boys at the Mission and at the Orphanage. 

Fello\aship — Directors: A. G. Courtenay and George F. Greiner who supervised 
students' reception, powwows, mountain hikes, Fellowship Club for new 
students, and the L. I\I. U.-U. T.-M. C. banquet. 

L'iCEUM — Director: Frederick K. Kirchner. The Artists' Series program consisted 
of the Don Cossacks Chorus, Bartlett-Robertson Piano Duet and Kathryn 
Meisle. 

Music — Director: Glover A. Leitch in charge of music for the Sunday meetings 
and other special worship services. 

Y. JM. C. a. Ensemble : Jay Norman Sylar, Boyce Jarman, Norman Beamer, 
Frank Mease, Gordon Karnell, Clark Lathan, Glover Leitch, Ballard 
Quass, and Frank Smith. 

Pl BLICITV — Directors: Howard W. Ki|ip, J. Herman Magee. 

Store — Director: Ernest S. Coldwell. 

Worship — Directors: Frank R. ]\Iease and Carl S. Fisher in charge of the Sunday 
meetings at which various religious, sociological, political, and educa- 
tional topics were considered ; also special joint meetings with the Y. W. 
C. A. 

Special Committees — The Laffalot Minstrel Show: Director, M. P. Testa; Chair- 
man Benefit Committee, J. Herman Magee; Music Director, A. G. Cour- 
tenay. 

Coiiunittee on the Constitution Revision: Chairman, Frederick K. Kirchner, 
Howard W. Kipp, Robert W. Tripp, Michael P. Testa, and Warren 
W. Warman. 

February Meetings: Prayer Groups, Chairman, Alex Christie. 

Coxferexces — Tallassee, September, 1933; The East Tennessee Student Confer- 
ence, Tusculum, October, 1933; Bkuint Comity Hi-Y Institute, Maryville. 



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"Our Masln's Mind — Our Miiul's Master" 




Warren W. Warman, President 
Michael P. Testa, Secretary 



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Ernest B. Lowe, Treasurer 



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The Y. W. C. A. is one of the most important phases of the life on the Hill. 

The purpose of a "full and creative life" as included in the active members' 
pledge, is stressed through the different activities. 

Devotional services are held each morning in the women's dormitories. Studies of 
life problems are made which bring oi.it the developm.ent of richer and stronger inner 
lives. The Sunday meetings aim to give an opportunity for expression to as many 
girls as possible and at the same time to contribute to a growing and progressive 
spiritual life for the group. Toward this end both personal problems and topics of 
world-wide significance are included in the program. 

The athletic department, which sponsors the tennis tournaments, stresses the 
development of the habits of health and exercise that build strong bodies fit to be 
temples of the Holy Spirit. 

The "Barnwarming," which is the annual Thanksgiving party for the student 
body; the May Day program, the Nu Gamma and "Big Sister" movements, all spon- 
sored by the Y. W., promote the joy of social fellowship. Co-operating with the Y. M., 
the Y. W. is responsible for the production of the "M" Handbook and for the pro- 
motion of the Artist Series. 

The privilege of service in a material way is achieved through work at the Sunny- 
brook Mission and at the Orphanage. Contributions to "Pete the Pig" for use in a 
leper colony, and activity in World Fellowship projects round out the development 
of Christian service. 

Active membership, this past year, has been one of the aims of the organization. 
Heretofore, membership in the organization has been automatic upon the registration 
of the student at the college. Active membership entitles one to vote and to hold 
office on the Y. W. Cabinet. About one hundred and twenty new girls indicated their 
desire to take active part in the work of the association. 

The advisory Board of the College Y. W. C. A. is composed of the following 
members : 

Mrs. R. W. Lloyd, Miss Almira Bassett, Mrs. H. C. Wright, Mrs. Otto Pflanze, 
Miss Jessie Johnson, Miss Merle Beebe, Professor Kenneth Lagerstedt. 

The Y. W. C. A. is an organization of world-wide influence. The Maryville unit 
of this great system aims to give the highest ideals of Christian service to the college. 



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Theresa D. Frey, Prcsuiint 
Violet S. Webb, Secretary 



Veta Mav Stephens, Vice-President 
Phyllis F. Dexter, Treasurer 



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Dorothy G. Casseres President 

Stuart Snedeker Vice-President 

Willis Garrett Treasurer 

Mary Florence Hyde Proe/ram Secretary 

Hugh Powel Program Secretary 

Lorena May Dunlap Recordinti Secretary 

Elizabeth Peterson Correspondini/ Secretary 

Under the inspiration of the motto, "To Know Christ and to Make 
Him Known," the activities of the Group were carried on with enthusi- 
asm throughout the year. These included the Student Volunteer Li- 
brary, the World News Bulletin, the weekly programs and the Bible 
Study Class. A study of The Progress of Jforld-Jf ide IMissions was 
added to the regular Bible study. 

Due to the use of the committee system all members of the Group 
were able to participate in the weekly meetings. Student programs were 
alternated with many practical and inspirational addresses by returned 
missionaries. 

Delegates were sent to the Fall Retreat and Spring Conference. A 
board was set up on the campus to keep Scripture gems before the stu- 
dent body. When possible, Student Volunteers co-operated with the 
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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

The Ministerial Association of Mary\iIIe College, founded in igoo, has as its 
purpose the promoting of Christian fellowship among students who are candidates for 
the ministry, and the providing of varied opportunities to its members for definite 
Christian service. This purpose has been achieved in the program of the Association 
during the past year. Fellowship has been extended through the agency of the regular 
weekly meetings which have been a source of spiritual enrichment and refreshment to 
those who have dedicated their lives to active Christian work. 

The program has been well-rounded by the acquisition of the privileges of holding 
services in the country churches, the County Almshouse, and the County Jail. In 
these activities the members of the Association have received practical and helpful 
experience and have thereby been better fitted to meet the tasks of the ministry. 

The personnel of the Ministerial Association is made up of those students who 
have as their hope and purpose the serving of God through definite and full-time or 
part-time Christian labor. More than forty-five men from widely separated states 
and countries have availed themselves of the privileges of membership in the Associa- 
tion. Through the efforts and lives of these men the Ministerial Association has be- 
come one of the strongest religious organizations of the College, and one of the most 
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Nil Gamma is a branch of the Y. W. C. A. having the purpose of helping to 
orient new girls into Maryville College life. 

The organization is divided into small groups of new girls. The leaders this 
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Mary Gladys Brown 
Sue Calhoun 
Marie Carlson 
Mary Hollis Carter 
Cecelia Conover 
Marjorie Fleming 
Ruth Flint 
Nina Gamble 



Christeen Hammett 
Florence Hyde 
Elizabeth Kunkel 
Helen Rusk 
Pauline Throne 
Alice Timblin 
Edith Vanaman 
Muriel Waechter 
Katherine Wayland 



Mary Sloane M^elsh 
Thelma lies and Lucille Swafford acted as general chairmen. 

The activities of Nu Gamma consist of a series of group meetings in which dis- 
cussions are held on such subjects as Christ on the campus, campus customs, class 
room ethics, social rules, and dormitory life. 

At the beginning of the year Nu Gamma held a breakfast hike for all new girls. 
Through the year picnics and hikes were held by the separate groups. 



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/lll/l JO§FPHIlE J01E§ 

Died /Ipril 10^ 1934 

As the t934 Chilhowean goes lo press the news of the 
sudden death oF Miss Jones, our beloved registrar and 
sincere Friend, causes grieF and sadness to all who knew 
her. Her cheerFul personality, and her untiring service 
and loyal devotion to the college will long be remembered. 



DOUOL/l§ WOOD§ 

Died /Iprii 5, 1934 

A member oF the Freshman class, Douglas Woods was an 

active and popular student. His sudden death at his 

home in Greenback, Tennessee, was a shock to the 

students and the Faculty oF the college.